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NAMM 2011: Fostex PM0.4n and PM0.5n Studio Monitors Now Shipping
Following on from the successful PM0.4 studio monitors, Fostex are now shipping the updated PM0.4n.
In addition to the PM0.4n, the all new PM0.5n offers the same high performance and sonic clarity found in the original PM.04, in a more powerful unit.
As well as boasting an all-new cosmetic design, the PM0.4n features a high efficiency bi-amp design among a wealth of other improvements.
Available in a range of five high-gloss and vibrant colours, the PM0.4n is ideal for installations in home theatres, clubs, restaurants and bars.
Along with its compact size and lightweight design, the new PM0.4n's are wall-mount ready, making installation a breeze.
The PM0.5n nearfield monitors offer 75 watts of bi-amped power and produces full range performance that retains neutrality even at high pressure levels.
Matched amplifiers and drivers, low distortion and optimum dampening enhance the overall performance of the PM0.5n.
Magnetically shielding means they can be used in proximity to video monitors. The package is finished off with an elegantly silk-screen Fostex logo and blue LED.Posted on 6 Jan 2011 18:00 to category : Instruments News
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